The FGN intends to develop Nigeria’s four major commercial airports and surrounding communities into efficient, profitable, self-sustaining, commercial hubs which will create more jobs and develop local industries through a Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement.
The airport’s terminal concession is one of the critical projects under the Aviation Sector Roadmap of the FGN and fits well within the scope of the Ministry’s strategic plan for the sector.
The execution of this project is meant to achieve the Federal Government’s objective in terms of air transport value chain growth by developing and profitably managing customer centric airport facilities for safe, secure and efficient carriage of passengers and goods at world-class standards of quality.
The Federal Ministry of Aviation, in collaboration with the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC), invites all organisations who successfully submitted their response to the Nigeria Airports Concession Programme (NACP) Request For Qualifications, to the bid opening event scheduled to take place as follows:
Date: Wednesday 10th of November 2021
Time: 14:30 PM _ 16:00 PM (WAT, Abuja/Lagos local time)
During this meeting of the Bid Evaluation Committee, all bids received in physical format as per the RFQ requirements, shall be opened, announced and subsequently taken for detailed review by the committee.
The NACP team invites all participants to observe the proceedings of the above-mentioned event using the Zoom video conferencing link below. Please note that participation is NOT mandatory and as Observer only. Participants are further advised to be on time as this is a scheduled event.
GENERAL NOTICE – REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION (RFQ) DEADLINE CLOSE FOR THE NIGERIA AIRPORTS CONCESSION PROGRAMME (NACP)
The Federal Ministry of Aviation, in line with the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (establishment, etc.) Act, 2005, and global best practice, hereby informs all stakeholders, local and international, development partners, and members of the media, that the Request for Qualifications (RfQ) phase of the Nigeria Airport Concessions programme (NACP), has come to a close at 15:00HRS Local Time (Nigeria), October 25th 2021.
This deadline, announced on September 13, 2021, after close deliberations with ICRC and the transaction advisers, allowed for a four (4) week extension in response to numerous requests from would-be bidders. The Federal Ministry of Aviation, the Transaction Advisers and the Project Steering Committee, has duly notified the ICRC of this milestone, and has now stopped receiving submissions in response to the published RFQ.
GENERAL NOTICE – REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION (RFQ) DEADLINE EXTENSION FOR THE NIGERIA AIRPORTS CONCESSION PROGRAMME
In view of the number of enquiries from both local and international parties interested in the concession programme of the four international airport terminals in Nigeria, the Federal Ministry of Aviation, in consultation with the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC), has decided to extend the deadline for the RFQ stage by 4 (Four) weeks. i.e. the new submission date is now October 25th 2021 at 15:00HRS Local Time (Nigeria).
This is to allow all interested parties and consortia to finalise their submissions in accordance with Section 2.3.3 of the published RFQ document. An addendum to the RFQ document will be available in the Data Room along with responses to all the enquiries in the FAQ section of this portal.
To access the Data Room, please send your Name, organisation and contact details (phone number and email) to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
All interested parties are advised to sign-up for access to the data room and visit the portal: https://nacp.aviation.gov.ng/ where all relevant documentation will be published alongside regular updates.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION (RFQ) FOR THE CONCESSION OF FOUR AIRPORT TERMINALS AND RELATED SERVICES IN NIGERIA
The information contained herein (or subsequently provided) to the Applicants, whether verbally or in documentary or any other form, by or on behalf of the Grantor or any of its employees or advisors is provided to Applicant(s) on the terms and conditions set out in this RFQ Package and such other terms and conditions subject to which such information is provided. This RFQ Package is not an agreement and is neither an offer nor invitation by the Grantor (as hereinafter defined) to the prospective Applicants or any other person. The purpose of this RFQ Package is to provide interested parties with information that may be useful to them in the formulation of their application for qualification pursuant to this RFQ Package (the “Application”)
ADVERT FOR THE CONCESSION OF FOUR AIRPORT TERMINALS AND RELATED SERVICES IN NIGERIA
Reputable and experienced Airport Developers/Operators/Financiers/Consortia are hereby invited to respond to the RFQ to bid for the concession of the airport terminals. This RFQ is the pre-qualification stage of the procurement processes for the Project in which interested parties are required to meet the prequalification requirements specified in the RFQ package. Only pre-qualified parties will proceed to the Request for Proposal (RFP) stage and shall execute a Non-Disclosure Agreement prior to issuance of the RFP documents.
The Nigerian Airport Concessions will be a Terminal Concession and majority of its revenue will be derived from Non Aeronautical sources
All other facilities at the airports and existing concessions outside the Airport Terminals will still be managed by FAAN.
The Concessionaire will provide the investment required to upgrade the existing terminals, take over the new terminals and maintain them over a period of time to be determined based on financial assessment of each transaction.
Passenger Service Charge and Security Charge will be shared by FAAN and the Concessionaire and FAAN’s share of the charges shall be paid directly to FAAN by IATA.
The concessionaire will sign service level agreements with FAAN and NAMA to ensure that airport operates efficiently, the service level agreement will cover the Runway, Taxiway, Security and Air Traffic Management.
FAAN will be required to provide manpower through AVSEC for security of both the Airside and Landside, however the concessionaire will provide and maintain landside equipment but FAAN will continue to provide maintain Airside security equipment.
All existing concessions within the Terminal concession will be inherited by the concessionaire and will be allowed to run its course before any review.
Tariffs will be regulated in accordance with the procedures set in the concession agreement.